Shadow Lake

New Hampshire

6Listings$325K-$1.2M$3.7MTotal Value
Shadow Lake, New Hampshire

Shadow Lake real estate is a tight inventory market for lake homes and land in New Hampshire.

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    • Counties: Rockingham County
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    About Shadow Lake
    Rockingham County, New Hampshire

    Shadow Lake is in Salem and Windham, New Hampshire, just 13.8 miles from Nashua. For another city trip, Manchester is around 20 miles away.

    The Parkland Medical Center is under 10 miles away, and the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is under 20 miles away.

    Lake History

    Shadow Lake is a 35-acre lake between the larger Canobie Lake and Arlington Mill Reservoir. Its waters have an average depth of seven feet but can be as deep as 25 feet.

    Surveyor Theophilus Satchwell referred to it as a “fair sheet of water hidden among the hills” in the 1600s. In the early 1900s, the Shadowland Recreation Area was built on the lake, including cottages, a dance hall that hung over the water, and a sizable beach.

    Outdoor Recreation

    Pontoons, motorboats, fishing boats, kayaks, and canoes run the waters of Shadow Lake all summer long. It has a plentiful stock of bass, chain pickerel, black crappie, yellow perch, brown bullhead, sunfish, and brindle shiner.

    The 200-acre Salem Town Forest is just south of the lake. The land has over five miles of trails for hiking or biking that feature wetlands, a boardwalk, and local wildlife.

    Visit Nashua

    Nashua is the second-largest city in New Hampshire, ensuring a vibrant place full of attractions and amenities.

    The city offers plenty of delicious dining options, breweries, wineries, and places to enjoy a night out. Shopping and entertainment are plentiful in the area, with something for every family member.

    Mine Falls Park is the top attraction in Nashua, a 325-acre park in the heart of the city. It boasts miles of trails, water for boating, fishing opportunities, and nature observing.

    A Place to Call Home

    Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a waterfront property, Shadow Lake is an excellent choice.